Etihad Airways is preparing to launch thrice
weekly flights to Tripoli.
The Libyan capital will become the
fifth North African destination for the carrier.
The Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Airways,
Mr James Hogan, said, “As soon as the NATO no-fly zone is
lifted, the airport is declared safe and all appropriate
infra-structure is in place we will be able to begin service.”
The return flights, to be operated by an Airbus
A330-200 with 22 Peal Business Class and 240 Coral Economy seats,
should be on sale within weeks.
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